Tuesday, 12 August 2014

A Problem That Time Will Cure, Perhaps?

Tariq Baig, 48, owner of Toho Motors and a neighbour of Mr Haider, described it as “a sad decision”.
“There are quite a few churches around here but no mosque,” he said, “so we have to drive elsewhere.
“It ultimately comes down to a lack of a big Muslim community here and a lack of integration.”
Given the way the rest of Essex is going, I’m sure it won’t be long before the former is resolved and the latter, well, since when did they ever consider that a problem anyway?


ivan said...

I would say no more mosques allowed to be built in the UK until there are the equivalent number of Christian churches built in Saudi Arabia - and people allowed to attend them without the religious police doing anything.

Robert the Biker said...

No more islam and the shit who follow it!
Just think, no more wailing from mosques, no more hags in bags, no more attacks on young white girls 'because they are unclean', no more dickheads and thugs threatening to blow stuff up if they don't get their way, no more pandering to stupid bastards in their funny hats and party dresses.

Fahrenheit211 said...

More whining Islamics.

MTG said...

On the other hand...I suppose any church making a Huddersfield debut is pretty unlikely. Mosque domes and minarets dominate our scene and its few remaining white Christians worship in secret to avoid State persecution.

Anonymous said...


They should be allowed to have their mosques, only if they fly the Cross of St George from the top and cook bacon sandwiches for the locals.

JuliaM said...

"More whining Islamics."

Something there never seems to be a shortage of, sadly.